Archive for July, 2009

Dan Cooper
Jul
31
2009
A series of posts that address historic floorcoverings in the late 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. Full disclosure: I consult on and provide carpets for
Brett Freeman
Jul
28
2009
A few weeks ago I wrote about the possible impact that the Waxman-Market climate and energy bill (the bill would institute a cost for carbon emissions via a
Dan Cooper
Jul
24
2009
A series of posts that address historic floorcoverings in the late 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. Full disclosure: I consult on and provide carpets for
Brett Freeman
Jul
22
2009
I've never been a big fan of composite decking, for a variety of reasons that I'll get into later, but I've always been particularly against using composite
Bill Kibbel
Jul
14
2009
Italianate is considered a style from the “picturesque movement”, a departure from the preceding classical styles of architecture.  As far as I can tell,